Istraživanje i saradnja

International Cooperation

The University of Sarajevo is not a traditional campus university, and if you are used to a campus environment, you may find it very different to study here. The Faculties and Academies are spread at different locations across the capital. The UNSA International Relations Office is located in the Rectorate (the central University administration offices, in the same building as the Faculty of Law). 

We will assist you with the issues of admission, housing, student counselling, and orientation programmes, including various social events, with the aim of helping you meet other international students. Living and studying away from home can be a challenging experience - particularly in the beginning of your stay.  At the International Relations Office you have the opportunity to ask questions in informal surroundings. We will be happy to help you, or to point you in the right direction so that you can get help regardless of whether your questions relate to your study programme, personal problems, or basic practical issues. 

The University of Sarajevo is a partner in many academic programmes which allows its students and members of staff to be a part of mobility processes and spend a certain period at international partner universities, and also to be a host university to students and members of staff from international universities. The most popular mobility programmes are ERASMUS+, ERASMUS MUNDUS, CEEPUS, MEVLANA, Best of South-East-Europe, Visegrad Fund, etc.

The International Relations Office is very active in promoting our University through info days, fairs, promotional materials, e-newsletters and news. The contents can be found on our web site www.erasmus.unsa.ba/download

VICE-DEANS/ COORDINATORS FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AT THE FACULTY/ ACADEMY

University of Sarajevo has its central International Relations Office, but also every Faculty, Academy and other associate member at our University has its own International Relations Department (vice-dean, coordinator or contact person for international relations). They will provide even more exact information about academic activities, exams and other information for your better mobility. They are here for you if you have any questions regarding your study plan, which courses to take, how many ECTS points are required, prerequisites to courses etc. However, you can always contact us first and we shall point you in the right direction.